By Ross K. Dowling, Clare Weeden
This publication explores the speculation, concerns, affects and administration concerns surrounding the growing to be of cruise tourism. It starts by way of giving an summary of the cruise undefined, through chapters targeting the expanding call for for cruising. It offers case-studies of particular international locations, together with the Antarctic, Caribbean and Alaska ahead of reviewing the commercial, social and environmental affects of cruise tourism. It concludes via exploring predictions for the way forward for the undefined.
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Cruise Lines International Association News Release, 23 March. org CLIA (2004b) Cruising suits lifestyle, demands of today’s new generation of retirees, says CLIA. Cruise Lines International Association NewsRrelease, 2 August. org CLIA (2005a) CLIA celebrates 30 years of excellence with ambitious growth and marketing agenda. Cruise Lines International Association News Release, 3 January. org CLIA (2005b) Industry predicts cruising will be vacation of choice in 2005. Cruise Lines International Association News Release, 19 January.
Rank Parent group No. of ships 1 Carnival Corporation 70 2 Royal Caribbean Cruises Star Cruises Group 27 3 Carnival Cruise Lines Holland America Line Windstar Costa Crociere Cunard Seabourn Cruise Line P&O P&O (Australia) Princess Cruises Swan Hellenic Aida Cruises Royal Caribbean International Celebrity Cruises Star Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line NCL America Orient Lines 19 cruises have been introduced to meet the latent demand. Short cruises are relatively inexpensive and offer value for money, and provide the opportunity for first-time cruisers to try this style of holiday.
This is the only regional submarket where the offer for cruising is more or less equal all year long. The other two categories of submarkets (South Pacific (including Australia) and Hawaii, and ‘other markets’) also account each for slightly more than 5% of the world cruise offer on a yearly basis. 2%). These cruising areas are combined here because their individual weights are quite small and because their seasonal patterns are rather identical (Arnold and Charlier, 1999; Charlier, 2000). 7%).
Cruise Ship Tourism by Ross K. Dowling, Clare Weeden